Bahrain Businesswomen’s Society, Kingdom of Bahrain and Council for Promotion of Trade and Industry, India (CPTI) signed a MoU to promote mutual trade and investment and enhance bilateral cooperation between the two countries.
Ms. Ahlam Yusif Janahi, President, Bahrain Businesswomen’s Society and Dr. Udit Raj, Chairman, Council for Promotion of Trade and Industry, India (CPTI) signed the MOU in the presence of Dr. Gaurav Grover, Founder Member of CPTI, Mrs. Palka Grover, President, India Luxury Foundation, H.E Mr. Abdulrahman Mohammed Al-Qaud Ambassador of the Kingdom of Bahrain to the Republic of India, H.E. Mr. Piyush Srivastva, Ambassador of the Republic of India to the Kingdom Of Bahrain, Mr. Ravi Kumar Jain, The Second Secretary (Com) & Head of Chancery – Commercial attaché of the Republic of India Embassy to the Kingdom of Bahrain, BBS Board Members and other important dignitaries.
Due to COVID – 19 pandemic these occasions are being organized virtually and it is a special moment of pride and honor for both the business councils.
The purpose of this MoU is to establish a practical frame work of cooperation between the two councils for advancing the role of the two organizations in developing entrepreneurship skills and professionalism in various fields of business, in accordance with the national laws and regulations for the accomplishment of the objectives of both the councils.
This MoU is another milestone in the ever increasing cooperation between the two nations.
Bahrain Businesswomen’s Society was founded in 2000 with the aim of nurturing the expanding role of Bahraini women and promoting women’s empowerment and entrepreneurship in local, regional, and international commercial and economic activities and CPTI (India) is an association of business person, philanthropists, intellectuals and cultural personalities. The objective of CPTI (India) is to promote bilateral trade and business relationships.
Both organization have mutually expressed the importance & shares and exchanges professional and entrepreneurial expertise, encourage and facilitate cooperation for women empowerment to achieve mutually shared economic objectives and to organize joint research programs on boosting entrepreneurship to contribute to the national economic development.
Ms. Ahlam Yusuf Janahi, said, we are celebrating 21st anniversary as first GCC businesswomen civil society, and we are looking forward to have partnership and business between both organizations.
Dr. Udit Raj, said, he looks forward to a long and fruitful relationship between the two councils and wishes to plan, coordinate and organize many B2B and B2C events between the Kingdom of Bahrain and Republic of India, aimed at boosting the flow of trade and commerce of both the countries.